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September-October 2019| Vol 30| Issue 5

Editorial

Adiponectin and proto-oncogene MYC in prostate cancer: How far are we with the evidence?

The GLOBOCAN data 2018 shows that prostate cancer (PCa) is the most common malignancy among males, and represents the 5th leading death of cancer in men.[1] Although some risk factors have been iden...


Editorial

Urological science going south

Embracing the world, particularly the Southeast Asia, has been one of the missions of Urological Science. In this issue, more than 50% of the articles are from abroad and most are from Indonesia...


Review Article

Randall's plaque, the origin of nephrolithiasis: Where do we stand now?

The prevalence of renal stones, or nephrolithiasis, has been increasing consistently over the past few decades. Changes in lifestyles and dietary habits of the population may be responsible for the ...


Original Article

Histopathological analysis and scanning electron microscopic study of chlorpyrifos exposed kidney of neonates in pregnant rats exposed during gestation period

Background: Pesticide exposure has the potential for causing acute or chronic health effects at certain developmental stages of life. It can result in irreversible damage to structure and fun...


Original Article

Characteristics of bacterial colonization after indwelling ureteral stents in urinary stone patients with diabetes mellitus and chronic kidney disease

Background: Placement of ureteral stents has been standard after the endoscopic procedures because it relieves obstruction caused by the stone and facilitates urine drainage. Bacterial coloni...


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Urological Science, a publication of Taiwan Urological Association, is a peer-reviewed print + online Bimonthly journal.

ISSN: Print -1879-5226, Online - 1879-5234

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